VitaSim started on a shared car ride across Denmark where Rune and Eskild discovered a a common interest for improving education. Eskild was writing his bachelor thesis about the control of robot arms with virtual reality (VR), while Rune was teaching medical skills at university. Naturally, they discovered that VR had an impressive potential for teaching and training.
Fueled by motivation, Rune and Eskild set out to change the world of skill practice. The quest started with the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) and the development of a VR based training system for clinical ultrasound – from here the portfolio grew, and today VitaSim no longer create educational content, but instead provide a complete ecosystem where teachers themselves can create educational content in VR.
We strive to improve the quality and accessibility of skill training while pushing the limits of human skill mastery – we do so by creating innovative solutions daily, new research projects when it makes sense, and strategic partnerships whenever possible.